I found extremely un-productive editors or IDEs like Eclipse or Zend Studio.

I use SciTE.

It don't has any feature you are talking about...

but it..
 # do not eat all you ram
 # starts in a microsecond
 # opens any type of file
 # paints the code in pretty colors.
 # has a little intellisense using pre-written words or api files

On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 11:55 AM, Andrew Ballard<aball...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Eddie Drapkin<oorza...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Stuart<stut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 2009/6/25 Eddie Drapkin <oorza...@gmail.com>:
>>>> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Stuart<stut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> 2009/6/25 tedd <tedd.sperl...@gmail.com>:
>>>>>> At 8:30 AM +0100 6/25/09, Colin Guthrie wrote:
>>>>>>> 'Twas brillig, and tedd at 24/06/09 15:24 did gyre and gimble:
>>>>>>>> The biggest problem in uploading a file is figuring out how large it 
>>>>>>>> is.
>>>>>>>> You can't find that out in php
>>>>>>> Well you can find it out with the uploadprogress or APC PECL extensions.
>>>>>>> If you use Zend Framework then it has a progress bar for file upload 
>>>>>>> built
>>>>>>> in.
>>>>>>> http://www.framework.zend.com/manual/en/zend.file.html#zend.file.transfer.introduction.uploadprogress
>>>>>>> HTHs
>>>>>>> Col
>>>>>> I purchased Zend Studio around five years ago, but never got it to work 
>>>>>> for
>>>>>> me. Maybe I should try it again.
>>>>> Zend Studio and Zend Framework have no connection to each other beyond
>>>>> both coming from Zend. Studio took a major leap downhill when they
>>>>> switched to the Eclipse platform which is why I no longer use it. Take
>>>>> a look by all means, but don't get your hopes up.
>>>>> -Stuart
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>>>> Really?  I think that was one of the better decisions that they made
>>>> about it.  I don't know of a better (free) IDE platform.
>>> I wasn't criticising Eclipse - I think the platform rocks, but somehow
>>> they've managed to screw it up!! I now use Aptana which is also built
>>> on Eclipse but has a far more polished feel to it.
>>> -Stuart
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>>> http://stut.net/
>> When's the last you used Zend Studio?  The latest (6.1.2) stable Zend
>> Studio v. the latest stable Aptana, I'd take Zend Studio hands down.
>> Granted, the 5 series of Studio were _atrocious_ but that's long past!
>>  I also don't really appreciate the in-IDE advertising that Aptana
>> sports.
> At risk of further hijacking this thread....
> I still use the old Zend Studio (5.5) and prefer it to the newer
> version. I have tried to get into the new version a few times, but it
> just seems so much more complicated to even set up a project in the
> new version and it seems like there are always updates to some
> component or other, many of which I do not use and some of which would
> not actually install.
> When I went looking for an IDE, I wanted a good code editor with
> features like syntax checking and code completion, and I wanted a
> debugger that I could step through code to figure out why something
> wasn't working as I expected. There were a couple that were close, but
> I chose Zend Studio at the time because it seemed to have the most
> complete/accurate code completion not only of the core language, but
> also recognizing functions and classes declared within the PHP code in
> the project itself (especially when you include a basic phpdoc block
> that describes the function @params and @return). Perhaps the new
> version still does all that wonderfully well, but as I said I've found
> it to be not worth the hassle. Perhaps, to be fair, I need to take
> some time to get familiar with the new paradigm, but that furthers my
> point: I want an editor that I can be productive with more or less out
> of the box.
> Andrew
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